Oh my goodness, this MQT paper is becoming a TOME….
So yesterday we had the red ink debacle which spurred me to write the Paper Algorithm:
1.) Write paper
2.) Give to colleague
3.) Get returned
4.) Shake off excess red ink.
Repeat steps 3-5 and hope for convergence.
Note this algorithm may have bad runtime scaling due to T(step 4) -T(step 3).
A friend of mine tried to suggest some further steps involving the journal submission process, but unfortunately those kind of delightful games are beyond my event horizon at the moment!
Here is a picture of the red ink debacle (which by the way looks worse now as I’m covered it in my own rebuttals of and agreements with the arguments – in black ink I hasten to add).
Anyway, the new version of the document is better for the corrections now but I fear it may have to be streamlined as it’s packing 7 pages of Physics awesomeness already… and I’m wondering about going further into the details of thermal escape from the washboard potential. Maybe I shouldn’t do that.